CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. When you become a member of Spring Creek Farm, you purchase in advance your share in the upcoming bounty of the seasons. In exchange for your support, we promise to do our best to provide your family with a full year of wholesome, grass-fed and pasture-raised meat & eggs, and during the peak seasons with fresh, nutritious, Certified Organic fruits and vegetables, all at a discount from full price. We are a market style membership, where you apply your dollars to the produce you want throughout the year, not a preselected share. You also get your discount at any of our famer market locations, online purchases and for farm onsite events.
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As a local, organic, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm our member sign-ups determine how much seasonal fresh produce and livestock we grow. All payments go to the farmers and farm operations.
As a Spring Creek Farm CSA member, you’ll receive a Member Card that has been loaded with your share dollars. Membership payments are deposited as credits on your Spring Creek Farm Member Card to be used to purchase any delicious & nutritious, certified organic vegetables, eggs, 100% grass-fed beef and our very own pasture raised & organically fed pork and chicken.
Our range of memberships provide variety for vegetarian and / or omnivorous households, from 1 person to larger households and anyone that that absolutely loves cooking and eating locally.
Purchases made using your Membership Card get membership pricing discounts lower than cash, credit or nonmember purchases, depending on the acquired membership:
Through our organic and sustainable farming practices, we grow for you the best-tasting most-nutritious food mother nature provides. We also live with her ups and downs, which means abundant offerings in each season as well as limited availability when nature cuts us back. Thank you for supporting this “best of farming” and the hard work of our farmers to bring it to you.
*We have no more 2023 Season CSA memberships available.
Method to Purchase our products for 2024 Season (Full Year):
Hours of Operation:
Our 2024 season begins January 1st, with wholesome, grass-fed and pasture-raised meat & eggs ALL YEAR LONG, and Certified Organic fruits and vegetables from May through November. Our on-site market is open from June to November, Tuesdays 12-6 reserved for members only, and Fridays 12-6 and Saturdays 9-2 for members and the public. Tuesday hours are reserved for Members only, so you get the first pick of the week! Our produce is also available a the Doylestown Farmers Market.
See our online store for what's in stock now! Orders placed befoe Wednesday are available for pickup at the farm on Friday.
How to get your discount:
- For on-site purchases, your email or member card at the cashier will apply your discount.
- To shop on-line, you will be provided with a market code based on your membership level, which will apply your discount at check-out.
Check your membership dollars and $ expiration:
- You can check your Membership Card balance at any time by scanning the QR code on the back of your card. Please keep in mind, balances do not carry over from one year to the next.
- The card balance can be replenished in person in $100 increments throughout the year. All payments go to the farmers and farm operations.
Keep your Member Card safe, as it has cash value and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.
If you have ANY additional questions or would like to be added to our email list for weekly updates, send an email to our Farm Manager, Hannah, at email@example.com
Thank you for supporting small-scale, sustainable agriculture!
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Heirloom and cherry tomatoes, summer squash, cucumber, eggplant, green beans, hot peppers, bell peppers, carrots, potatoes, cabbage, beets, onions, garlic, herbs and flowers
Spinach, lettuce, kale, arugula, bok choy, green beans, salad turnips, radish, cabbage, broccoli, kohlrabi, fennel, hot and sweet peppers, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, winter squash, onions, garlic, herbs and flowers
Beets, carrots, cabbage, kohlrabi, radish, microgreens, spinach, arugula, kale, tatsoi, onion, garlic, winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes and fresh herbs